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Take Note Journals are designed to help you gain clarity into how your habits, behaviour and your mood all relate to each other.
Through hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly prompts you’ll be able to:
- Cultivate gratitude
- Set and track goals
- Fully explore your emotions
- Start to see how your habits, thoughts, behavior and your mood all relate to each other
Each journal will last for three months, and uses blank dating, so you can purchase anytime and get started when you’re ready.
About the Artist
Afrooz also known as The Freudian Millennial, is a queer POC artist, born and living on the unceded Indigenous Homeland of the Coast and Interior Salish peoples, including the St'át'imc, Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and Stó:lō Nations.
Her work is greatly inspired by her unwavering fascination with psychology, specifically clinical psychology and psychodynamic theory. This theory emphasizes the significant impacts that childhood experiences have on our adult minds.
Afrooz aspires to obtain her PhD in clinical psychology in hopes of guiding others in the ways that her therapists have guided her. She is also passionate about social justice and music, specifically deep house and techno from Berlin. She aims to incorporate the lessons learned from her passions into her therapeutic approach.
Her interest in psychology began at a young age. When she was 9 years old, she became acquainted with her mental illnesses and felt inspired by the numerous therapists who helped her process the culture shock from unexpectedly having to leave Canada and relocate to Iran.
Art, psychotherapy, and music were some of the things that helped Afrooz navigate her tumultuous adolescent years spent in Iran.
This piece captures her beliefs about mental wellness: doing the inner work and tackling one’s demons (deep-rooted negative psychological messages one may have internalized as a child).
Afrooz wants her art to serve as a reminder that it’s okay to not have a “cookie cutter” mind, as our quirks are what make us beautiful.
Follow her on instagram @thefreudianmillennial
Dig into Your Psyche, 2020 © The Freudian Millennial - 2020
Truly inspiring artist's work and story. A lovely space to write your own story.
These are such a wonderful combination of personal reflection and keeping the eye on the target (personally and work wise). The journal arrived promptly and was packaged in an environmentally friendly manner.